idiosyncratic
Adjective

idiosyncratic

  1. Peculiar to a specific individual; eccentric.
    • 1982, Michael Walsh, "[http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,922919,00.html Music: A Fresh Falstaff in Los Angeles]," Time, 26 April:
      British Director Ronald Eyre kept the action crisp; he was correctly content to execute the composer's wishes, rather than impose a fashionably idiosyncratic view of his own.
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